Posts by Jennifer Errick

What’s Old Is New Again: Grand Teton Leads the Way in Re-Envisioning Historic Buildings

By Daniel Saxton, NPCA’s Center for Park Research’s Senior Program Coordinator There are approximately 9,600 historic buildings in the National […]

Friday Photo: Giving Creative Life to Discarded Plastic

The new issue of National Parks magazine is online this week (and in mailboxes soon), and its cover features a striking […]


646 Billion More Reasons to Love the Outdoors

“Everything grows outside, including jobs and the economy.” So begins a report released yesterday by the Outdoor Industry Association touting the positive […]


Park Service Opens Its First “Net Zero” Visitor Center in the Santa Monica Mountains

Correction, 6/28/2012: This story initially stated that the Anthony C. Beilenson Visitor Center was the first platinum LEED-certified visitor center […]


NPCA’s Favorite Trips: Tips for National Park Adventures Around the Country

The summer travel season is here, and all 397 national parks will offer free admission this Saturday, June 9 for National Get […]